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What to Do After a Slip and Fall Accident

Winter is approaching, and with it an increase in slip and fall accidents due to icy and wet conditions. A bad slip and fall accident can lead to serious, even permanent injuries, which involves not only substantial medical expenses, but

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National Miners Day

National Miners Day, which occurs yearly on December 6, was created to pay tribute to those who sacrifice their lives and potentially their health working in mines. Since there have been mining tragedies in the past, the U.S. government established

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Americans Feel Pressure to Work When Sick

A new survey reveals that nearly 80 percent of Americans feel that they must make it through the workday, even when they are not feeling well. Forty-two percent of survey participants said that calling in sick was a source of

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Thanksgiving Travel Safety

Thanksgiving in the United States is a time for connecting with family, but since it usually creates a four-day weekend for most people, it is also a time for air and road travel. Over 40 million drivers will hit the

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New Safety Measures Target Focus Four Hazards

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) was in the news recently after they revised their Enforcement Weighting System (EWS), which assigns different values to their investigation and inspection categories. It uses a value of Enforcement Units, and the minimum

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Driving in Adverse Weather Conditions

Like clockwork, seasons change, and weather conditions follow suit. New and seasoned drivers alike may find themselves in suddenly changing temperatures, winds, and precipitation. Those who know how to handle the situation will be better suited to avoid preventable, foreseeable

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What are the Most Common Causes of Car Accidents?

Although many car accidents are similar, no two motor vehicle collisions are ever the same. The good news is that the most common causes of car accidents are preventable, if drivers obey the rules of the road. Drivers are responsible

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How to Eliminate Slip and Falls in Facilities

Slip and fall accidents can happen anywhere, at any time. When businesses have a facility where there are high traffic areas, the key is reducing the likelihood of a slip and fall accident. Facility managers can tackle this problem a

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